Good very fine condition.
|Geographical Origin:||Roman Republic|
Roman Republic. Anonymous moneyer. Silver quadrigatus minted at Rome, 225-212 B.C.
Obverse: Laureate, janiform head of Dioscuri (Janus?).
Reverse: Jupiter in quadriga driven by Victory right, Jupiter holding scepter and hurling thunderbolt; below, ROMA incuse on raised tablet.
Ref: Sear 31; RSC Pre-Denarius 23; Cra. 30/1; Syd. 64b.
Lightly toned. Good very fine.
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Lucernae pro top
|Member since:||January 8, 2016|
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